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with this hurricane hitting the coast like new jersey or atlantic city, if you had to count on who? name it. some -- some security firm, blackwell. or something. halliburton. >> there are pictures of firefighters in water up to their chests wading through streets of new york and parks to get to people who help them. they were fighting fires in the middle of a hurricane. they were dealing with buildings that had collapsed in the middle of a hurricane. >> bill: you look at the first responders rescuing those people in the hms bounty that went down. can you imagine halliburton doing it? we took the day off. >> exactly. >> bill: because it's raining. arnold, our rowing ambassador down in greensboro, north carolina. what do you say? >> good morning bill. i'm happy to talk about that. where that storm landed, they shouldn't call it sandy. they should call it slicky. this guy in virginia, the governor mcdonnell man, he lost his campaign when he came into office, he's saying i'm so tired of the federal government putting their
happy, but i must confess i'm sorry the win was against detroit. they city could have used a win. barbara from california way early out there says, i think public utilities were smart in shutting things down early. it takes time to get people off of the streets. most of those who could have done something about global warming years ago did not lift hand. oh my gosh this looks amazing! that's a good deal! [ man ] wow! it is so good! [ male announcer ] our new maine stays! 15 entrees under $15 seafood, chicken and more! oo! the tilapia with roasted vegetables! i'm actually looking at the wood grilled chicken with portobello wine sauce. you so fascinated by the prices, you keep rambling on! i know! -that pork chop was great! -no more fast food friday's! so we gotta go! we're going to go to red lobster. yep. [ male announcer ] try our 15 under $15 menu and sea food differently! [♪ theme music ♪] well, good morning, everybody, welcome to the "full court press" here on monday october 29th. great to see you today. hope you had a good weekend, and had a c
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city on the planet. we're right here, right down the street from the united states capitol. good to have you with us today. lots and lots to talk about and more post-debate commentary about president obama's comments on libya and mr. romney's comments on governor romney's comments, i should say on coal and other energy issues all across the board the debate continues leading up to the next presidential debate which is monday. i don't know where this one is. peter? >> i knew and now i forgot. i'll find out. >> bill: doesn't matter where it is. we'll be there with you watching it and talking about it. today, more spillover from tuesday night's debate. wherever you happen to be, thank you for joining us, whether you're watching or listening on your local progressive talk radio station or watching on current tv, listening to sirius x.m., this is the place to start your day. i appreciate the fact that you do so. we are here with the entire team this morning. peter ogborn and dan henning hello, guys. >> good morn
to pay attention to what is going on in their communities, towns, and cities. our republican mayor who was elected with something like a 42% mandate, if you will the first thing he did when he came to office was eliminate the education channel, teachers in albuquerque has used to help form late their curriculums. this is happening everywhere. >> bill: and you see, betty, i think the point you are making he didn't -- whoever the mayor is, didn't do that to save money. he did it because he doesn't believe in it and doesn't think it's important. >> caller: you are absolutely right, sir. >> bill: and it is the same thing with pbs. first of all it is never going to happen. you can't stick your finger in the eye of 91% of american families. but were he to do it it only be -- it wouldn't save any money. wouldn't notice. it's not even a blip on the screen, the budget for pbs. he would only do it because they don't believe in matters of the soul. ike is calling from charlston, south carolina. hi, ike, what is up. >> caller: hey bill the big tv star, how are ya buddy? >> b
it believes are the top five beer cities in the u.s. topped by denver by hosts the great american beer festival. san francisco makes the list for its beer foody culture. l.a. and philadelphia are also on there as well as cleveland ohio. "gq" making it clear it loves the cheapest low shelf beer one can find. >> john: top five beer cities. i don't understand this list. it is not in terms of beer consumption. >> no. in terms of beer culture. denver is a huge beer city. >> john: beer museums and beer galleries. >> beer paintings. >> john: you can live in the beer part of town and hang out with your beer friends. brilliant. that's it? that's all we got? are you a big beer guy? >> yeah, i am. i enjoy a beer. >> john: what are the top five beer cultures? >> denver, san francisco l.a. and cleveland. >> okay. >> i don't think of l.a. as a beer town. >> john: i think of l.a. as like a meth and roofy town. white wine and barbiturates town. one of the top five cocaine towns. do you have that? >> maybe next hour. >
live as always from our nation's capitol, the most powerful city in the planet. washington d.c. a little indian summer. great to be here and to have you with us wherever you happen to be in this wonderful land of hours, the u.s. of a. thank you for joining us to find out the issues, and talk about the issues, as well. we'll give you every opportunity to do so in every way possible. give us a call if you want to get right into the mix at 1-866-55-press. you can also go into the chat room and join a little conversation with your fellow full court pressersers. we will be following you and chatting with you and tempting you. >> i'm following it like a hawk. >> dan. >> good morning. >> phil on the phones and cyprian on the phones. >> potin fairfax virginia today. i'm going to be going out there to the university. my other job. >> one of your side gigs, follow president obama. >> i figure it's an event close to home. going to be introduced by cecile richards head of planned parenthood, talking about women's issues. then the famous al smith dinner, which has become an obligatory sto
mean coastal flooding for many of the big cities in the east and could be a pretty big snow event back in the interior. >> bill: so it is a category 2 now or -- >> category 1. category 1 at 80 miles an hour. we're not forecast to get to cat 2. so that's some good news. >> bill: and when would it -- at this rate when would it hit florida? >> it's not going to be a direct fit on florida right now they are seeing impacts. showers and gusty winds and beach erosion. the worst of it today, and as you get into tomorrow maybe around jacksonville, and that's where the big football game is going on tomorrow. georgia/florida, the world's largest cocktail party. florida goes at an angle to the northwest, so jacksonville will be spared the brunt of the storm, but as the u.s. coastline starts jutting out to the east that's where it is going to get worst. >> bill: so if we're talking baltimore, philadelphia, we're talking monday tuesday? >> one model says earlier monday/tuesday mid-atlantic and the american model says tuesday/wednesday, and that would be northwest new engla
i was growing up in delaware city delaware, and my father with a small -- had a small business. he had a gas station, which he owned and operated. press's esso service center the two things that we never talked about in hour house were politics and religion even though we went to church every sunday, and my father ended up being the mayor of our small town. and here i am making a living talking politics and religion. back to this pew survey two important findings. number one is the number of protestants in this country has really gone down. for the first time there is not run protestant on the supreme court. not one. couple of jews the rest are catholics. number two there is not a protestant on the presidential ticket. third pew finds that 48% now of americans say that they are of one protestant religion or the other. that's the lowest it has ever been. that's the first finding in this. what does that mean about the protestant faith? 866-55-press. well it means there are more catholics, more muslims, but also more people who profess no organized religion. t
first moved to l.a. from new york city when i was doing a network t.v. show. i was shocked. i would go to the gym and there would be 3t.v. screens and at least one of them had a freeway chase. no one knows the mayor but they all watch the freeway chases every day. i'd like to say that this is never going to happen again as shep said, what do you think? >> it was or the of an amazing thing to watch. i saw on twitter there's a chase on fox live! oh, my gosh, this is insane. oh he's pulling over. he's pulling over in the field. he's running from the car. immediately the air being let out of the topic when the guy shot himself. now everybody feels bad and how could fox show this. it's kind of like well, you guys were just watching it. you guys are the ones that are watching it. this is what happens when you build it up and make it this big thing opinion you drive everybody to watch it. this is kind of what you were hoping for? >> well, i don't want to go that for. >> ok. >> i don't want to assume. i think what they're going for is ratings eyeballs, not necessarily blood. i understand what
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vote for president obama. >> bill: good for her. >> and how would you like to get from new york city to tokyo in 90 minutes? private rocket company, ex-core one of the top contenders in the private space race is developing a super sonic aircraft that sometime in the next 10 to 13 years will be able to make that trip. they will fly through space for a portion of the trip. the price of the ticket will easily cost a hundred thousand dollars. >> bill: that's not even time to get a drink let alone the meal. >> not that flying is a particularly enjoying experience, but 90 minutes might be a little fast -- >> and you would have to wear one of those suits. >> that's the problem you just sky dive out when you get over tokyo. >> bill: yeah, climb on top of the rocket and let you go. look the debates are over now, right? here is what i would like to ask you starting off this morning, because i have been thinking about this a lot. what do we think about the debates themselves, and how they are run, and how they should be run? are they fair? are the rules fair? and do they eve
to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire ♪ [ male announcer ] use any citi card to get the benefits of private pass. more concerts, more events more experiences. [ jack ] hey, who's boring now? [ male announcer ] get more access with the citi card. [ crowd cheering, mouse clicks ] [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> announcer: today you meets television. the "bill press show," now on current tv. >> bill: 26ing minutes after the hour. nancy cook will be here in studio with us starting in the next segment. interesting item caught my attention this morning. how about this? yesterday -- i just want to mention this, get it out there. yesterday in st. peters square in rome, the pope usually talks in german spanish, english, and it italian, and yesterday the first time the pope prayed and said hello in arabic. >> really? >> bill: yes. i knew he was a muslim. [ laughter ] >> let's see the birth certificate. >> bill: barack obama and benedict the 16th. two closet m
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anyone. >> bill: well said but it's also professional football. >> kansas city also booed robinson cano the whole time burring the home run derby. >> bill: really? >> sally field was awarded a presentation last night here in washington, d.c. and in that speech she came out that her son was game. and he presented her with the award. >> bill: dan, thank you. foreign policy and national security is center stage this morning. this is where i thought we would start our discussion this morning. it is not the centralish glue this presidential election. we know that. jobs and the economy is still going to be the deciding issue. it is what impacts most people in this country. it's what most people are concerned about. holding on to their job and house, making it through this sluggish economy as the economy does of course continue to improve under president obama's economic plan but yesterday mitt romney gave a foreign policy speech. that's what most of the news is about this morning. he gave the speech at the virginia military institute. i always get a chuckle over the fact
the charity of his choice, inner city children in chicago american cancer society a.i.d.s. research, anything he wants a check immediately for $5 million. >> he kind of gags as he's saying the names of the charities like it's the last thing he wants to be talking about. education in inner cities, a.i.d.s. -- >> bill: by the way, how much money has he given to those charities already? >> yeah, right. >> bill: just a clown. total, total goof ass clown donald trump right? condemned yesterday. i would say -- condemn -- ridiculed yesterday by everybody on the right and on the left. ridiculing donald trump saying get away from here. you clown! everybody except mitt romney. here he is again. test of leadership. did mitt romney stand up and say this isn't what politics is all about. we shouldn't even be talking about it. no. mitt romney remained silent. why? remember because donald trump was once -- all right don't forget, the leading candidate the leading republican candidate for president. he was the number one c
baseball in the city in the town. >> it's an ok town. >> do you go to the baseball games? >> from time to time. >> only when the tigers are in town? >> and celebrity chef guy guy guy firer. >> did you say guy fee-ed-de? >> his real name is guy fairy. >> he opened a restaurant in new york city. >> the vomitorium. >> guys american kitchen and bar. not everyone is looking forward to eating there. anthony bourdaine called the restaurant a terror dome saying it's ridiculous that he charges $18 for a burger. he also said the guy sets back spelling two decades. >> if i had to take a last meal, french fries would be not be my last meal, but $12 for french fries. are they laced with gold? >> bourdai made a point fieri made a living going to diners and dives and started with $18 for a hamburger. >> i think it's great. it features great restaurants. one right down from our studio. >> that's not a fine restaurant. >> i know nothing about chef shows. absolutely nothing about chef shows. >> this show is not so much a chef show. it's more of a travel show. he goes and highlights. the premise of the s
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once. he let romney get away with it. why? i don't get it. >> bill: diane in bowhead city arizona. >> caller: hi, bill. how are you? >> bill: thank you. good to hear from you. >> caller: i agree with everything you just said and especially the caller right before me. we were so disappointed. and we feel that president obama doesn't realize on these debates this is like a job interview. he's got to win his job again. he's so involved in his job right now that when he comes to the debates he just -- i don't know. i think he just -- >> bill: that's a good point. it is a job interview diane. that's a very good point. >> caller: people have to see that. he has to win his job again. and i don't think his heart was into it because i don't think that he realizes this is what he has to do. >> bill: here's the question. first of all we've got two more debates. this is the most important debate. no doubt about it. let's not kid ourselves. but do you think it will change the course of the election? >> caller: i s
they live outside of american cities, but they are not necessarily the young women in suburban areas. they are not parts of the coalition that republicans need to get. let's get one more call in. brandan in washington. >> caller: i wish democrats and liberals would stop playing the same games that republicans play. we know it is racism. everything that sununu said that a couple of others like gingrich have been saying, it's racism. it's like they are afraid to say it. is it similar to clinton? we know exactly what it is. >> jamal: okay. thank you, brandon. brandon has pint he said this is just racism plain and out, we have heard that a couple of times. if anybody out there disagreed, please call 866-55-press 866-557-7377. david in chicago. >> caller: yeah, i believe it is racism. it is pretty cut and dry that it's racism. we have never ever had a president be called out in the middle of congress the way the president has. and i hear you say on the air that sometimes you don't call him president obama, but he is the president. and the way the governor of arizona sh
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